Assistive Technology is any piece of technology (either low-tech or high-tech) designed to perform a task and/or remove a barrier for the user. Assistive technology can support many facets of learning, including reading, writing, studying, and time management.
Tools available to support students at NSCC
- Assistive Technology Guide has information and resources on a variety of tools to support you with reading, writing, studying, organization, notetaking and math.
- NSCC's Knowledge Base contains articles about assistive technology tools and features available in Microsoft Applications such as Teams, OneNote, Word, and more.
- ReadSpeaker and TextHelp Read and Write are reading/literacy support software programs which are available free for all staff and students. Visit the Literacy Support Software Guide for more information.
- The Digital Accessibility Toolkit provides information on how to create accessible documents and remove barriers when using and creating online content.